About Us

Clock Cricket are a not-for-profit Community Interest Company who are passionate about delivering fun and laughter through physical activity for older people and people who are living with dementia.

We have many years experience of working in the sector and always feel privileged to deliver our activity to participants.

Please feel free to contact us for a chat. We are very happy to come and visit you to talk about what we do, how we do it and our philosophy.

Please also see the testimonials from some of the groups that we work with regularly

We are so confident that you will like what we have to offer, we would be happy to run  an initial session for you without charge!

 

Our team

Our small team have decades of experience of delivering physical activities across all sectors. 

Specialising is physical activity delivery for older people, we are very experienced at adapting 

our formats to suit the different groups we work with.

Richard Hill MBE

Director

Richard has worked in cricket for over 25 years, predominantly with people who have disabilities. Having created Clock Cricket and lead on its development, Richard has delivered hundreds of sessions across the county.

Richard was awarded the MBE in the New Year's Honours list in 2019 for services to disability cricket and is currently studying for a masters degree in Adapted Sport

Sean Carey

Director

Sean has previously worked with Cricket Wales and undertook a lot of community based work within all areas of the community in and around South Wales.

Sean has been responsible for developing and delivering clock cricket sessions directly into hospitals through Neuro Rehabs units and therapy departments

He also has experience of working in youth clubs for people with learning disabilities.

Tony Davies

Mentor of Wales - Support & Advisory member of the team

Tony has extensive knowledge and experience within the sport of cricket. He has had over 30 years involvement at Glamorgan County Cricket Club.

As a mentor, Tony spends his time supporting the locally based staff during their delivery and at the same time uses his experience to ensure the highest standards of quality are maintained

 

Sadie Lewis

Activator

Sadie has a wealth of experience working with older people and people living with dementia. Previous roles for Sadie include some time working with Sporting Memories in the Cardiff area.

Sadie is delivering clock cricket sessions across the Cardiff area in South Wales and with her efforts, the numbers of groups and participants continue to grow

 

 

Ashley Jones

Activator 

I'm Ashley and will be working with Clock Cricket in the South Wales valleys area covering Merthyr, Caerphilly and RCT.

I'm married with two children. I've worked for the Fire Service for the last 15 years.

I enjoy my cricket and find myself spending summer down in Sophia Gardens watching Glamorgan, Welsh Fire, Western Storm and England with my son!

 

 

 

 

 

Isabella Bottrell-Campbell

Activator 

Hi! - My name is Izzy and I have recently joined the Clock Cricket team. I am based in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham and have been growing connections around the area.

I have just completed a degree in Occupational Therapy and along with playing cricket since I was 11, I love the fact that I am part of something that engages people in a meaningful and fun activity, all the while giving individuals a chance to participate in the wonderful game of clock cricket. 

It's really great to be part of the team!